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But the fall-out failed to dampen spirits of many fans, who turned out in their thousands to take in the preparations for this weekend's British Grand Prix at close quarters in London.Sebastian Vettel Valtteri Botas and Daniel Ricciardo and Jenson Button were among the attendees who drove along Whitehall and around Trafalgar Square.He admitted: 'I always feel like, if we were to have anymore children which I don't think we will.I think we're going to stay at two but if we were I'd only have girls that's it!Other protesters held signs urging passersby to go vegan - with another saying that meat is 'violence, not food'.The women laying on the ground also wore labels branded 'human meat' reading: 'Weight: Never ask a lady.'One member of the group, who did not give their name, said: 'We as vegans want to show other people there's a compassionate way to live and how to treat animals.'We want to stop this animal cruelty, we want to stop the meat trade, the fur trade, the leather trade, and we want to show people there's a way of living without animal products.Honestly I have to pinch myself.'He added: 'This morning I was lying in bed with Rochelle and the two girls & they're just chilling out. Marvin and Rochelle wed in 2012 and welcomed their first child, Alaia-Mai, a year later.In March 2017 the couple had their second daughter, Valentina Raine.
Making the most of her stature, the natural beauty opted for flat golden sandals, leaving her brunette locks loose.
' Meanwhile, back at the event, Formula One fans lined the streets of London to catch a glimpse of the sport's superstars despite Lewis Hamilton's controversial absence from the capital city's 'F1 Live London' event.
Hamilton, going against Mercedes team orders, snubbed the showpiece occasion in Trafalgar Square – the first time all 10 teams have come together away from a race weekend.
It was part of a protest against so-called 'speciesism' - which the group says is 'an ideology that considers the lives and interests of animals as not worthy of respect simply because they belong to another species'.
The protest featured activists laying on a large tray covered in plastic and fake blood replicating a 'meat tray'.